Science Books & Films' Best Books for Children, 1988-91

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Author Index

A
Aaseng Nathan, 56, 251
Albert Burton, 43
Alderton David, 74
Alexander Liza, 229
Aliki, 213
Allen Doug, 84, 109
Allen Marjorie N., 43
Allison Linda, 189
Alper Ann Fitzpatrick, 200
Amadeo Diana M., 218
Anderson Joan, 5
Anno Mitsumasa, 208
Anton Tina, 97
Apfel Necia H., 30
Ardley Neil, 23, 24, 29, 139
Armbruster Ann, 29
Arnold Caroline, 8, 44, 75, 84, 110, 111
Arnosky Jim, 44, 258
Ashby Ruth, 112
Asimov Isaac, 21, 24, 32
Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 21
Aust Siegfried, 213

B
Baggett Nancy, 70
Bailey Donna, 214
Bailey Jill, 57, 85, 97
Baines John, 173, 174
Baker Lucy, 75, 85, 112
Balestrino Philip, 215
Ball Jacqueline A., 58, 163
Banks Ann, 253
Banks Martin, 113
Bare Colleen Stanley, 113
Barkan Joanne, 157, 234
Barrett Norman, 155, 166
Barrow Lloyd H., 168
Barton Byron, 8
Bash Barbara, 140
Bash Mary Ann S., 247
Batulla Barbara, 108
Bazar Ronald M., 170
Beaufay Gabriel, 19
Becklake John, 1
Becklake Sue, 1
Beckleman Laurie, 219
Bellamy David, 44, 45
Bender Lionel, 219
Bendick Jean, 266
Bentley James, 34
Berenstain Jan, 9
Berenstain Stan, 9
Berger Gilda, 113
Berger Melvin, 236
Berger Terry, 255
Bernard George, 141
Bernstein Joanne E., 253
Beshore George, 204
Billings Charlene W., 34, 86
Birkhead Mike, 86
Black Wallace B., 173
Blashfield Jean F., 173
Bleifeld Maurice, 137
Blomquist Geraldine M., 254
Blomquist Paul B., 254
Bogard Vicki, 120
Bolt Stephen, 162
Bonnet Robert L., 182
Boorer Wendy, 114
Booth Basil, 153
Bornstein Sandy, 137
Bottoni Luciana, 156
Boyne Walter J., 266
Bramwell Martyn, 152, 161
Brandreth Gyles, 215

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